Roadhouse restaurant opened this week in Port Royal offering a menu full of barbecue — and a selection of mac and cheese dishes.
The restaurant, at 7 Toppers Lane, was quietly opened by long-time restauranteur Earl Nightingale.
Nightingale also owns Ela’s Blue Water Grille on Hilton Head Island and The Pearl Kitchen and Bar in Bluffton.
A smoked barbecue plate at Roadhouse starts at $15 for one or two meats and up to $28 for a selection of four. Each meal comes with two sides, and all the meat is slow-smoked over oak and pecan wood.
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The meat selection includes pulled chicken, herb and garlic smoked chicken, beef and pork sausage, beef brisket or spareribs.
Looking for a cheaper but still yummy option? Check out the four mac and cheese options for $10. Options include burnt end mac, shrimp and sausage mac, bacon and jalapeno mac and pork and green chili mac.
Burgers, sandwiches and entrees, including grilled salmon and prime rib, can also be found on the menu.
The restaurant is open from 3 to 10 p.m. daily.
For more information, call 843-379-8899.